The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1945 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 7, 1945
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Irvington Sdldkr Returned to State* ; trvington: S-Sgtv Clifton Phillips has notified his parents* Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips that he has been returned to the States from India and is now being hospitalized at the Hammond general hospital at Modesta, Cal. He returned to the States 6n May 1, the trip being made the entire way from India by plane. The homeward ,-course was taken westward going over Jerusalem, Cairo, Persia, western Africe and landing at Newfoundland, thence to Miami, Fla., and the final -grounding in California. Sgt. Phillips has been .in the service three years, 20 months of which were spent in /the 'Asia theater of war where he •was an airplane mechanic. It was while he was performing his duty an this capacity that he fell receiving a hip injury which necessitated his return to the States for medical care. Milwaukee Credits Kossuth With $66,000 In 7th Loan Drive Kossuth county Seventh War Loan drive will be credited with $66,000 of the Milwaukee road's ipurchase of government securities. The road will invest $33,000,000 and has arranged as it did during previous War Loan drives for every county in which it operates in 12 states to participate in its huge purchase. Iowa is allotted $5,324,000 to be distributed among the counties the road serves. Cribbage Player's Dream Seeing the story about the perfect hand of cribbage reported in the Register Wednesday reminded J. B. Johnston, sr., of the time he and Paul Lonergan were playing a rubber of three games. In the first game Mr. Johnston "skunked" Mr. Lonergan and in the third hand he dealt Mr. Lonergan a perfect cribbage hand M. P. Weaver, who had an office in the same building, was callec in to be a witness to the dream of all cribbage players. Mrs George Kekh and daugh--- ter, Laurel, of Kanawha, spent several days last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alt Studer, and also visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Irene Studer. Mrs Jack Sherman returned to her home at Williams, Surtday, folowing a week here at the home of 'her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Ricke and family. Mr. Ricke, who has been seriously ill is improving. Howard Funnemark, son of Olaf Funnemark, of Wesley, and Miss Frances Leicher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Leicher, of Loganville, Wis., will be married next Sunday, June 10, at Loganville. Misses Alice and Patricia Richtsmeie* and Marjorie Lickterg who attended Good Council academy at Mankato, Minn., came home Sunday to spend the summer vacation at their parental homes. Banns were published for the first time Sunday at St. Josephs Catholic church, for Miss Mary Schick, of Algona, and Louis CmK, son of Mr. and Mrs. Georgt Cmk. The wedding will take place June 20. Miss Mary Adine Kunz, arrived home Wednesday from Evanston, 111., where she attended college the past year. She will spend her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Marie Kunz and sister, June Adel. Mrs. Viola Studer went to Estherville Monday to spend several days at the home of her daughter (Vivian), Mrs. Julius Kelch and family. Mrs. Kelch has been ill and expects to go through the clinic at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kent, of Burt, were dinner guests Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs Tom McMahon and family. Patty and Mary Lou McMahon accompanied their grandparents to their home for several days visit. Miss Jeannine Studer entertained at 6 o'clock dinner Monday night Misses Rosalie Alne, Mary Lou Haverly and Rose Studer, honoring Rosalie who will leave this week-end witn. he* . and wile, Lt. and,.Mrs^ Lttm*ufd Alfle, for Washmgtdn, ;»• G- • ; Slate* M. ftap'tuMil, Sister-M. Georgiella, Sister M. Agttes and Sister Mi Vigillia, teachers in the parochial school; hav;e gbtte to St. Francis convent at Milwaukee where; they will spend the sum* imer. Sister M. Rosarla, and Sister M. Brigetta, who are still here, will leave for Milwaukee next week. Miss Shirley Ann Hartsen was honored at a pre-nuptial miscellaneous bridal shower at the Methodist church parlors, Friday evening. She received many pretty and useful gifts. She was married to Sgt. Robert E. Genung of the U. S. M. C. on Wednesday evening, June 6, at 8:30' o'clock at the Methodist church. LUVERNE NEWS A miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Kathryn Putzstuck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Putzstuck was held Sunday afternoon in the Catholic church parlors In Livermore. Those from here who attended were Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs. Burt Putzstuck, Mrs Van Hanson, Mrs. David Huff Mrs. Henry Blumer and Mrs. Ed Pergande. The afternoon was spent playing "500." Kathryn will be married June 12 to John Hamilton, of Bancroft, in the Catholic church in Livermore. Wight •. m- visit Mrs. Volgt has been . visitlisif " , .. ,. Frank, of . , Snd her irieM Mrs, Eleanor Rogers, spent the. Week end here with her parerits,,Mr< attd Mrs. Errifl Franks '••.'•. : ,, Credit the OP A ^ An Algona veteran, .receMy discharged, says he (bought a toft coat for $25, a suit for $29.60, paid $5 for a hat, $5 for a pair of shoes, and got a pair of socks for 35 cents, all prices similar to What, he paid before the war. This same vet who served in the 1st World War also, says he paid $75 -fof .'a top coat then, $75 for a suit, $16 for a pair of shoes, $10 for a hat, and $1 for a 25 cent -pair of socks. Plenty of food for thought! ,,j West Bend Man Passes" '< Fred Hanselman of West Bend passed away Wednesday afternoon at 6:20 at his home. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at the house and 2:00 at the Lutheran church in West Bend. ^:. ; .OM ; Man e* wbttSft to ake • ever establishM »ui» utinfe mediciwesi hsfn'e- WSeeticideS, dl9i«Ieistaiitg, ; foods, tonics, and, fboa . Mbm* medicattbfti biiyiftg at hottie. increases demand. .Godd; profits. Write Rawlelgh'8, Dept. 1 Af-li* 187. Freeport, lll» ; ' ,23* Miscellatieoufl BALDWIN midget, piano and one 'bungalow size piano, like new and priced for .quick sale. Write '~ istrong Piana Coi»'. Spencer, kiftdS of tyBi^ri» ''-JM faalfif machine / ribbon* TM A Upper Ces MSifleS, 'AlftSMi; •™ •-'.- .r...^^.W.....^^.^..^l-.-^.^.v..^.^i-.'..^- ADDING MACHINE Rolls 16* sale at the 1 Algona Upper Des Moineg free. Hegular size, 15c '.each, 2 Sr 256. Large Size, 20c each- 2 ir 35C, 34-U PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — AU the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. '1-tf Ne\v and tJSca Apjtliaftcesi , fia'iy.'•': tr'aeklfise and: ;: portable! l&lkers, PerfeMon Fi'pBllftl 'dauble Unit milkers^,electric ailtf hand turn lo^a Cream" SepataWrS, Prime electric,fencers and bltt6*f fencersY, power grinders, all mettil fluorescent desk lamps, kitchen •fluorescent light fixtures V c6hi* plete With tube,.$11;,.Vi and 1^3 h;.fi.. elecitrfe. motors.. "B" battery acks ior radios. •:• s Jsed! iMcCormiek Deering cream eparator, guaranteed' to skim; Maytag and Brlggs & Strattbn tin* Sines for lawn mowers. Wringer oils for all makes of Cashing fiSa> hines. Repairs for all makes, 6f washing machines and Frigid ires.- •-. •-" : ' .'• .•••' ': Algona Maytag Store Phone 399 So. Harlan 23 INLAID LINOLEUM, linowaii, tile, laid by experts. Custom Work'. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 276, Algona. 16-3-8tf Household Goods SALE al the John Goeders residence, 710 E. North street, Poppy Sale Successful Mrs. George Jorgensen, president of the Legion Auxiliary, reports that .the poppy sale was very successful and she wants to thank the citizens of Fenton and surrounding territory for their patriotic cooperation. The little red flowers pay tribue both to those men who have died for their country in the present war and to those who fell 27 years ago in France and Belgium. The money that is received for the flowers will be used to aid the afflicted veterans of both wars. In Hospital Sharon Lee Eigler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler, was taken to the Park hospital at Mason City Sunday. She has a kidney infection and will have to remain in the hospital a week or ten days. Her mother stayed in Mason City to be near her. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Nelson Allen Price, Minister 9:45 a. m., church school. 10:45 a. m., morning worship. Youth day observance with baptisms and reception of youth into membership. Special flower committee. Sermon, "Youth and Science and Religion." 2:30 to 8:30 p. m. Algona District Youth Rally, including Junior and Senior Youth Fellowships. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00. IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for 'any purpose, you can order then? at The, Algona Upper Des Moines. 40c and up. 18-11 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank pur many rlends and neighbors for. the; oppressions of sympathy .and .kindness and (for the beautiful floral ributes sent in memory of Charles Audrey Lehman and children, Mr. and Mrs: A. D.. Lehman and lola: 23* SEE ME FOR Seal Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. —Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22. Algona. 1-n Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast seta. Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJTUSTROM'S FURNITURE on— FRIDAY, JUNE 8 between 9:30 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. Dining room suite, table, six chairs and buffet. Two leather davenports, two leather rockers, two brass beds, two large rugs, Monarch electric stove, library table, G. E. refrigerator, Royal electric vacuum cleaner, glassware ana dishes, Perfection oil stove, electric washing machine, lawn mower and many other household items. ( John Goeders Estate Sorensen Specials . TOMATOES F ^ !eh CUCUMBERS ORANGES Sweet Ib. for 15c 14C and Juicy .............. 4 4° z - WC NOODLE SOUP MIX ±; 3 *» 25c CERTAINTY FLOUR 5 ^ 2?C POP CORN si .......................... _-«,15e nr»C West Bend lljtflu 30 points - 2 cans BLUEBERRIES GRAPEFRUIT JUICE "I, DI 17 API! Des Moines DLC/iVrll (5c bottle deposit) 37c 33c STRAWBERRY BOXES rt $1.50 Fresh Asparagus, Peas, Cauliflower, Celery, Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions, Carrots, Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, Sweet Corn, Green Beans, Green Peppers, Strawberries, Pineapples, Bing Cherries, Apples, Grapefruit, Watermelon, Plums. ^^ - ^ — ___ —-- . TDDCT Armour's 1KEX.1 6 p oin t s .................................... can "•• n 38c >"-49c »,.34e >"-33c LARD BRAUNSWEKB P3olnts HAM LOAF fL FROZEN FISH ^ • NBKD BSD POINTS? Save Your Waste Fat mi Get 2 Points a Pound Sorensen Grocer Co Otto Voight, of Teopi, Minn., spent the week-end visiting relatives here. Mrs. Arnold Haller, of Des Moines, spent the week-end at the parental Morris Mitchell home. Mrs. Mae Voight and daughter Esther and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Voight, of Ceylon, Minn., were CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH A beautiful and appealing children's day program and special talk by Rev. Clyde will take place during the usual Sunday school and church services. Commences at 10:30 a. m. Baptism of infants. Pilgrim * Fellowship will meet at 7:00 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Clarence C. Richardson, Pastor , 10:00 a. m., Sunday school and children's day services will be held. 11:00 a.' m. morning worship/ The members of the Bible school will present their program and exhibit their work. ';,; TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH L. H. Loesch, Pastor 9:45 a. m., Sunday school. 9:45 a. m., Bible class. 10:30 a, m., divine worship. The church where you are assured of a cordial welcome. ', FLOOR SANDING and Reflnish- jng. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phom 275, Algona. 17-3-8t SELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free information on ceilings. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House CARD OF THANKS I want to thank any friends and neighbors for their many .kirid deeds, flowers arid cards extended to me during my recent illness; Melvin Rleken, Algona. 23* CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our * many friends and neighbors for. the beautiful flowers and the many kindnesses extended to us at the time of the death of our beloved mother The Cecil,.John, Leslie, arid Ray Huff families," iMr and •Mrs. Stanley Gardner, Clarence and William:'Huff, r 23* iCARD OF THANKS . . . : We wish to thank our friends 'and"neighbors for the beautiful flowers and many kindnesses ex- .f ACKS. Cobl tharmtt In flqrol f'tlnM tnka Rayon jfotr • w/ffcfr/e pkahiltndtru, An •xe/ui/v» x s Mortho Monnlng prlM Vfrtneh C»r/i«; Stttlnt ••• <foi)/ornte Gfttfl/ Afu«. SiM \6Vt It 2214. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 4c and send cash with order they receive Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. Folgers COFFEE 55c Jar Dried Ib. 391 Sunkist No. 1 Bihg For Sale FOR SALE: Hampshire boars, serviceable age, immune and guaranteed. New stock for old customers. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 22-24* FOR SALE: Hereford bulls, serviceable age, both registered and grade. Also good grade open heifers. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley; 22-24* FOR SALE: Registered Hereford bulls, old enough for service. P. W. Reece, Elmore, Minn. 22-23 FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del Leaneagh, Phone 767, represent- ng Wormhoudt Home Insulation o. 44tf OR SALE: Heavy steel ink drums, 15 gal. size. $1.00 each The Algona Upper Des Moines 18tf FOR SALE: 8%xll Yellow Railroad Manilla second sheets, 500 heets, 85c. The Algona Uppe Des Moines. 18t Phones 138— 139 OR SALE: Eagle water prool home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating serv" ce. /Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. hone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Pickup attachmen for A-C combine, nearly new. Also 16 ft. flat-bottom boat. Albert Girard, Wesley. 23* 1937 FORD LWB truck, very good condition. 1939 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan, like new. 1941 Plymouth Deluxe Coach, in good shape. 1936 Chevrolet sedan, ready to go. All at ceiling prices or less. We buy used cars, trucks • and pickups. Write, .phone or come in and we will pay top cash price. W. E. Ley, Lakota, Iowa. 23 Hardwater SOAP Downyflake ; .- '.^..Fresh^^---, WN|^ ^.'iS^^iiiW-',. £irge TvV FOR SALE: 4 wheel rubber tired fawn wagons. Huxtable's Firestone Store. 23tf FOR SALE: Purebred year-old bull, with papers. Paul Berninghaus 1 mile north 2Vt miles east, West Bend, phone 151 on 20. a20u23 FOR SALE: 2 months old all- white male Spitz puppy. Inquire at this office. 23* FOR SALE: Skeleton wheels for Oliver 70 tractor, like new. LeRoy Schiltz, Bancroft. 23* No. 2% Can HOMINY 17c SEE 'THEM MADE Jl^lf*: 2 DONUTS AND |A A COFFEE , lUlfer--'. FOR SALE: Mc-Deering 229 cultivator for 'H' or 'M' with cylinder. In excellent condition. Don McCarthy, St, Benedict. 23* FOR SALE: Choice residence lot. Close in. H. B. Mason, 202 E. College. 23* GOOD BUY: Modern home, seven rooms and bath, bed room and half bath downstairs, two lots, two blocks north of Catholic church, comfortable home $4,500. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and In- urance. 23 Northern TISSUE Per Roll IM&irvene SOAPSUDS Fresh CUCUMBERS 2 te 15c fOR SALE: Step ladders, saws, paste boards, ladder jacks, kitchen pump, kerosene barrel, hall chair, 2 wooden bed steads, dresser, commodes, chairs, rockers, Ma- estic cabinet radio, rugs, pillows, arge ice 'box, lamps, dishes, pier ture frames, and other articles too numerous to mention, will be sold n the garage at 603 E. North St., on Saturday, June 9th, 1945, at }-30 o'clock a. m. No inspection before sale. Bertha E. Johnson. 13p23* FOR SALE: Children's strollers, $11.95. 1 and 2 Burner hot plates. Children's all metal bug- ;ies, $16.95. Coast to Coast Store. 23 FOR SALE: 1937 Studebaker Dictator, Sedan Cruiser, OPA $565.00. E. H Pittman, 112 North Moore, Algona, Iowa. Phone 782. ™ I have tie agency for the Avon Products. Write Mrs. LueiUe Bradley, 318. So. Harlan, Algona 23* FOR SALE: 1930 2-door Mode A, seal-^beam headlights. $150 below ceiling price. Harold Skow phone 2144, Wesley 23 SNAPSHOTS The Algona Upper Des Moines has 14 5X7 inch pictures of groups of men who left from•• Kossutfa county since January to take their pre-induction physicals. They ar for sale to the first persons wh call, for the sum of 50c each. Ther is only one p^tot of 8 picture, so get yours now. Lewis LYE U Cans Z9C 12 Oz. Pkg. CLIMALENE 8c CRACKERS 2 b« ?OR SALE: Eight-year-old black Morgan saddle mare. Herb Hedlund. Phone 974-J, Algona. 23* LOST AND FOUND LOST: Book ol ration stamps. Kenneth Minard, Algona. 23* Oatmeal Raisin COOKIE 2ibs 39c Cottage CHEESE .0 WANTED TO BUY: Feeder pigs or wet sows. Tony Sorensen. Phone 7-IF-13, Algona. 23 WANT TO BUY: Sw to eight room toouse immediately. Box 400. ' 23* WANTEp: Custom baling. Ralph Parsons, LuVerne. Phone Algona, 27-F11. 23-25* WANTED TO BUY: Used typewriter. H. Bruce Loewensteirj, LuVerne. 23* CONSUMERS^ Sill WANTED: HOUSE MAN fJmw*', eWe mm BOY WANTS place oja farm l?y month. BWy <3ojjge, Jwing- WANTED: Load of dry cob?. Phone 814-J, Algonj- W Ik. in, lift

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